CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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CODES OF SOCIAL CONDUCT : DARREN SARAVIS

"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."
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"I created the Body/Text Project as a means of using technology to explore how traditional media and artistic exploitation of the human form separates thought from flesh. By turning skin into a screen and projecting text onto it, I seek to reunite the intellectual and the physical in an aesthetically bold context. My aim is to render beauty and to celebrate human beings as thinking animals."
 
"Ideally, overlaying this text onto naked human flesh will serve as a reminder that these agreements are vitally important to our very survival. In mythology and classical art, messengers are usually depicted nude or draped only in scant clothing. These models are messengers as well."